AFF Suzuki Cup 2021: Vietnam vs Thailand Live Streaming, Score Updates and How to Watch AFF Suzuki Cup Match- Full match, results, table, top scorers, guide for the Suzuki AFF Cup 2020, the biggest football competition in Southeast Asia.
The much awaited Suzuki AFF Cup is here again with the best teams from Southeast Asia fighting for the honor of being the first team in the region.
Vietnam will be one of the favorites once again with Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore as defending champions from the 2018 edition, all looking to topple the two-time champions.
Initially scheduled for 2020, the tournament was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and this time a new format will emerge, with a central venue chosen to host all 26 matches, which will take place in Singapore. In competition with the host country.
The ten teams are divided into two groups, with the top two teams in each group qualifying for the semi-finals.
Vietnam vs Thailand Live Stream, Score Updates
The tournament promises to be exciting, as Group A looks especially delicious, while it will be a renewal of the competition between Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia in Group B, which were already merged during the second round of the 2022 World Cup. The same group. AFC Asian Cup 2023 Qualifiers.
In 2019 there were no less than 3 meetings between Vietnam and Thailand. Apart from competing twice in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers in the Asian region, these two Southeast Asian teams also participated in the King’s Cup 2019 event organized by the Thai Football Association.
In the King’s Cup match held at Chang Arena on June 5, 2019, Vietnam managed to defeat hosts Thailand 0-1, which happened at the end of the match.
AFF Suzuki Cup 2021 Group A table
Suzuki Cup Group A fixtures and results
|5 Dec 2021||20:30||National Stadium||Singapore 3-0 Myanmar|
|5 Dec 2021||17:30||National Stadium||Timor-Leste 0-2 Thailand|
|8 Dec 2021||17:30||National Stadium||Myanmar 2-0 Timor-Leste|
|8 Dec 2021||20:30||National Stadium||Philippines 1-2 Singapore|
|11 Dec 2021||17:30||National Stadium||Timor-Leste 0-7 Philippines|
|11 Dec 2021||20:30||National Stadium||Thailand 4-0 Myanmar|
|14 Dec 2021||17:30||National Stadium||Philippines 1-2 Thailand|
|14 Dec 2021||20:30||National Stadium||Singapore 2-0 Timor-Leste|
|18 Dec 2021||20:30||National Stadium||Thailand 2-0 Singapore|
|18 Dec 2021||20:30||Bishan Stadium||Myanmar 2-3 Philippines|
Thereafter, the two teams met twice in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers in Group G for Asia in 2019, followed by the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Indonesia. The two meetings between Vietnam and Thailand ended without a goal in the event held on September 5, 2019 and November 19, 2019.
But the luck of both the teams was different. Vietnam qualified for the next stage after finishing second in Group G of the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers in the Asian region, while Thailand stalled due to a fourth-place finish.